Community Service

IV Capital is a locally owned and operated business of New Orleans. It is our pleasure to be involved with the city and through our various companies, give back to the community in which we serve.

We were again able to help St. Tammany with their Spring Fling.

Music has found its way back into the St. Bernard Public School System thanks to several generous donations including one from Sidney Torres, IV. He donated 35 acoustic guitars for a new guitar lab at Andrew Jackson Elementary School. (Photo of kids at play.)

We support the Kids Against Trash project, which succeeded in removing over 250,000 tons of Katrina debris.

We work with United Care USA to promote awareness via literature for the prevention of child abuse, abduction, and exploitation.

Our sponsorships include the St. Tammany “Spring Fling,” the McDonogh No. 15 5k Run for the Arts, theYear of the Teacher (response) and the 2008 Greek Festival.

Santa On The Bayou, 2006 – view the photo album here

SDT has roots in St. Bernard! We’ve participated in St. Bernard beautification projects, including planting cypress trees in Chalmette.

Fundraising efforts have begun with $10,000 donations from SDT Waste and Debris, a post-Katrina St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce grant and donations from individuals.

We’ve worked on several projects with the Katrina Krewe, a non-profit organization dedicated to cleaning up New Orleans.

We worked with the New Orleans Hospitality Commission to help the NOPD 5th District Command Center move out of FEMA trailers and back into buildings. Read the response by the NOPD.

Sidney D. Torres, IV serves on the board of Keep Louisiana Beautiful.

Hornets Tickets

SDT has given away over 1500 Hornets tickets to St. Bernard, Jefferson Parish, St Charles, St John and St Tammany schools.  Schools include Chalmette High’s four basketball teams, band and cheerleaders, Trist Middle School boys and girls basketball teams and St. Bernard Middle School boys and girls basketball teams.

SDT provided 100 Hornets tickets to The New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics School - “SciHigh.” The tickets were presented the top and the most improved students. Here are the kid’s responses.

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